Affordable City Apartment With Great Rental Return
Built in 2010, Freedom Space Apartments are self-contained. It has its own private kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. The apartment is suitable for all aspect, owner occupied, student parents or investors. Rental appraisal is $300 per week. *Note: Bank will not take this apartment as security. They will only accept equity loan if you need finance.
This apartment is facing north and located at the 2nd floor of the apartment complex. The apartment has a separate bedroom, which makes it different from all other studio apartments.
The apartment is closed to Adelaide University, Rundle Mall, Rundle Street and City Beach Volleyball Courts. Rundle Park and Rymill Park are also close by, which are where Adelaide Fringe and Adelaide 500 normally held on.
Check out what we offer you. - 2.7 meters ceiling height - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning - Wired Internet and Foxtel access in the bedroom - Solar hot water system reduce your energy bill - Video intercom
General Information: Certificate of Title: 6060/402 Council: City of Adelaide Zoning: East End Policy Area 20 Council Rates: $ 230 per quarter (approximately) SA Water: $ 165 per quarter (approximately) Strata Fee: $ 390 per quarter
Features include: Air Conditioning,Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Terrace-Balcony
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